Autism Disorder

On March 25, 2010, in Aspergers Syndrome, by Susi Irawati

 Autism Disorder

autism disorders

How to Dealing With Autism Disorder

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If your child has autism disorder, it’s not the end of the world. It involves removing gluten and casein from your child’s diet. Each child is different, after all.

Even identifying autistic children is becoming easier. Parents around the world could simply look up the list of expected developments by the time your child reaches a certain point in their life and see if their child is growing up normally.

Support systems for parents of autistic children are no longer a matter of distance ,  internet forums allow communication and aid from other kind people around the world. If you have an autistic child, you’re not alone.

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Types of Autism Disorders


Autism is a complex developmental disability with many different levels of severity. People do however refer to the Pervasive Developmental Disorders as disorders on the Autism spectrum or Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

Autism Spectrum Disorders are developmental brain disorders that cause impaired social interaction, problems with verbal and nonverbal communication, and unusual, repetitive, or severely limited activities and interests.

Autism is just one of five different types of Autism disorders.

Below are  the five different autism disorders:

1. Classic Autism.

Autism is the second leading childhood developmental disorder and is considered the most severe of the different types of Autism disorders. People with Classic Autism develop language late, or not at all.

2. Aspergers Syndrome.

Children show deficiencies in social skill and have difficulties with transitions or changes.

3. Childhood Disintegrative Disorder.

Childhood Disintegrative Disorder includes severe regression in communication skills, social behavior, and all developmental motor skills. At that time these children stop socializing, lose potty-training skills, stop playing, lose motor skills and stop making friends.

4. Rett Syndrome.

5. Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified.

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